Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders 4th edition
First published in 1980, Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases & Disorders has become the field’s definitive reference. Edited by one of the world’s foremost authorities,it provides contemporary and complete coverage of the identification, treatment, and management of pulmonary diseases and disorders. The new fourth edtition offers a new and efficient interior design emphasizing clinical content and includes
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Clinical Handbook of Interstitial Lung Disease
This handbook provides clinical guidance to the practicing physician on the diagnosis and treatment of Interstitial Lung Diseases (ILD). A contributed work with invited chapters which draw on the knowledge and experience of recognised global leaders in respiratory medicine, it is authoritative, concise and portable and is intended for use in a fast-paced clinical setting.
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The Pulmonary Endothelium Function in Health and Disease
The Pulmonary Endothelium is a uniquely comprehensive compendium of our current knowledge of the pulmonary endothelium and is the first book dedicated specifically to the subject, offering insights into current and future approaches to management. The text provides the clinician with the most up-to-date information on one of the core physiological processes in airway disease
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Respiratory Care Assessment and Management
More than 30% of patients who visit a doctor each year have respiratory complaints. These can range from minor infections (such as the common cold) to chronic obstructive conditions (such as asthma). This helpful book looks at the respiratory problems that nursing and healthcare professionals are most likely to encounter in clinical practice. Beginning with
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Asthma, COPD, and Overlap A Case-Based Overview of Similarities and Differences
Using illustrative case examples, this book thoroughly reviews similarities and differences between asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and the overlap syndrome. It is important to highlight the distinctions because these commonly encountered conditions in respiratory and primary care share many similarities but have important differences often mistaken for each other. This can have serious
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